Question about Vehicle Parts & Accessories
It sounds as though it was not properly installed, and is activating the vehicle's alarm/immobilizer system. Many remote start systems require an additional module to make them work with the various manufacturer's alarm systems.
Posted on Nov 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have to go in to the proramming mode of the remote to change this feature. you can access this by holding all 4 buttons on the remote at the same time. (or if you have the P button on the back you can hold it down by itself) you will hear 2 long beeps confirming the programming mode. at this time, you can change the settings by pressing 1 of the 4 buttons., each button will change a different function.
in no order------
1. Beep/vibrate or both
2. page or not to page
4. hood, truck, or both
the remote will give 2 long beeps when it exits the programming
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
this is the instructions to programing your remote to your truck go this page..
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
SOURCE: viper remote car starter 479V
press and hold the ( P ) button until one long beep is heard, you now have 5sec to push the lock button to turn on or off the vibrate, wait another 5sec and it will automaticaly exit programming
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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if you know where your valet switch is try to turn the ignition on and press the switch 1 time within 10sec and that should disable your security system for now. then to program the remote you turn the ignition on and press the switch once and hold a second time, within a few seconds the siren will beep once then press the lock button on the transmitter and the siren should beep again then let go of the switch and turn key off. If no beep is heard when you push lock then the transmitter is no good
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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